no, a distressed sale does not set the market. Why can't you get that through your head?
What is your game? No wonder your wife didn't take your last name. I'd be ashamed of you too
they beat by 3c you dummy. Give it up already. It's like asking who won the World Series last year again, and again, and again.
Asked and answered, now be quiet
that's the real headline
go to First Call dummy and educate yourself. They beat by 3c as I have now posted 3X. You can choose to ask the same stupid question 10X, but that doesn't change the answer. The company is thriving
you chose to be a public figure. Public figures are open to public scrutiny. If you can't take it.....
Yes my post was snarky but the point is valid. Maybe the guy couldn't get a loan because he was a terrible risk.
I posted this before, but it has scrolled off the screen. Here are the reasons:
- puts an immediate floor on the stock. Do the tender offer and have it go until December. Who wants to short a stock that pays 12% and won't be going down until next year, if ever? Shorts are paying 4% to borrow shares and a 12% dividend. If it sits there as dead money, what's the point? Essentially, this is a short killer
- post December, will reduce share count almost 10% and is the most cost effective way to do it. Will raise EPS and dividend payouts when the tender is complete
- allows large holders who may want out to get out without hurting the share price
- still leaves $8M for future buybacks
- less restrictions then a buyback which must comply with all those rules.
maybe the guy buying had a prior financial conviction in Connecticut and no one would lend them money so he had to pay cash. That's possible right?
You are guessing. No one knows. It's all opinions. Everyone's entitled to one. The company is thriving despite your arm waving.
his whole life is about lies. He even lies to himself which is sad. I actually feel sorry for him. His life must be so shallow and meaningless. I think we should all pray for him.
re Chicago, nothing is confirmed. It's one sale. Another sale can happen next month at $300k which he will say is a conspiracy.
After yesterday's earnings I have never felt better about this investment. Despite Uber's best shot, the company is thriving.
anymore. I agree. What the heck happened? Jagid's plan was betting everything on Avis which clearly would never work because Avis is a dinosaur and does not have their act together...and never will. Ehrman's plan was to go after big existing customers and get processes in place to support them. He fell flat on his face.
I don't buy the argument that you can only go after big customers. FLTX has tens of 1000's of small customers no bigger than 10-500 and is a $1B+ company.
Sell the company or take it private. They will be lucky to get $6 now
1/2 in "in a facility". That's the rub. It must be indoors with their klugey ceiling tiles. And I highly doubt that claim as the ceiling tiles are 10 ft apart. So the accuracy is 5 ft....indoors...if the tiles are installed.
IDSY has all the name customers. TotalTrax is probably a $2M/qtr company. Not even worth talking about....except to TotalTrax employees.
not sure what you mean by that. The only OEM they market through is Toyota and that relationship just started 4/1 on new orders and on 7/1 for the after market. Raymond is a subsidiary of Toyota and that was down. No explanation for Raymond
Even if Raymond had been flat, sales would have only been $10.5M, still a huge shortfall.
there was a 100K and 200k block at $3.90
Institutional dumping. Get me out. If another und wants out, say hello $2's
This is an embarrassment
Hickman will complain that they had too many hundred dollar bills in profits and not enough twenty's.
The only reason the stock has gone down is because of massive shorting...13% of shares are short. Essentially the stock has been manipulated down in a coordinated fashion
shorts have no such restrictions. They can paint the tape at of day. Be short over 5% with no reporting requirements, etc
Medallion Financial beats by $0.03, misses on total investment income
Aug 4 2015, 09:04 ET | About: Medallion Financial (TAXI) | By: Niloofer Shaikh, SA News Editor Contact this editor with comments or a news tip
Medallion Financial (NASDAQ:TAXI): Q2 EPS of $0.33 beats by $0.03.Total investment income of $10.84M (+9.7% Y/Y) misses by $0.15M.
buybacks are limited to the amount and timing. Can't buy first ha;f hour of day or last half hour. Can't be more than 10% of volume in a day and a certain amount over a month.
That's why a tender offer is a better way to go
shorts increased their stake by 13% of the outstanding shares during that time. Easy to declare victory when the share price of a low float stock is distorted by shorting. What would the share price be if they covered? I could argue much, much higher than 16%.